What is InfraGard?

InfraGard is a partnership of individuals representing businesses, academic institutions, state and local law enforcement agencies, and communities who are dedicated to collaborating and sharing information to prevent hostile acts against the United States.

Today, there are 45,000+ members in over 80 local chapters represented nationally by the InfraGard National Members Alliance. These members work with the FBI to help protect the nation’s critical infrastructure from computer intrusions, physical security breaches, and other attacks. Each FBI field office works with at least one chapter to discuss threats and share experiences and best practices.

President’s Message

R. Rieger, President InfraGard Los Angeles
R. Rieger
President and CEO

Dear InfraGard Los Angeles Members, Partners and Donors,

There is a lot happening in the world that requires a mechanism for the FBI and their partner agencies to provide accurate, concise and timely threat-based information and training. Your individual and collective volunteerism has made InfraGard Los Angeles the premiere outreach program in the nation. With over 3600 vetted members in our chapter, each of our 19 sectors are fortunate to have the right leadership to ensure your industries remain engaged.

Current Situation:

COVID 19 is the current and greatest challenge to our nation today and foreseeable future. It has brought our economy and health care to their virtual knees and opened real and virtual doors to criminals and terrorists to exploit every aspect of our lives. InfraGard L.A. Leadership, Private Sector Coordinator (PSC), Analysts, FBI L.A. Division, JRIC (Joint Regional Intelligence Center), OCIAC (Orange County Intelligence Assessment Center) are collaborating to ensure you receive the most current, relevant and timely products and media driven awareness products to your respective sector, industries and companies.

At the beginning of the lock down, InfraGard L.A. stood up the InfraGard L.A. Sector Chief – COVID Task Force to support health care, 1st responders and front-line workers with PPE and discuss sector specific threats and actions. This insight to sector vulnerabilities is important to FBI and their partner agencies for efforts in mitigation and response to local threats via daily awareness program deliverables directly to members via the InfraGard L.A. Daily Brief. As a publication to thousands of members and representatives across our 44,000 sq. miles of responsibility, the Daily Brief also includes health department links of all seven counties we serve.

Training:

InfraGard L.A. pivoted training to an online format within 72 hours of the initial shut down. This virtual training has garnered tremendous attendance from members and law enforcement partners and may be included in future trainings in addition to the person to person meetings that promote networking between members. We welcome your feedback on our virtual training! Please email us at INFO@INFRAGARDLOSANGELES.ORG to let us know how we are doing!

Stay Safe – Stay Healthy!

R. Rieger
President and CEO
InfraGard Los Angeles Members Alliance
FBI Los Angeles Division

Active shooter mitigation video

Office of Private Sector

From the Assistant Director in Charge

Please click below to read a letter from L.A. FBI Assistant Director in Charge Paul Delacourt to the regional infrastructure protection partners.

InfraGard Los Angeles News

    4/20/2020 to 5/28/2020
  • Active Shooter (PAR) Training - 5/27/2020 ONLINE - Learn about the signs and pre-incident indicators (PII’s) of an active shooter before it’s too late.    Details
  • 5/7/2020 to 6/3/2020
  • Intelligence 101 for the Corporate Environment - 6/2/2020 ONLINE - Understanding intelligence and intelligence analysis and its utilization in a non-governmental way.    Details
  • 4/20/2020 to 6/12/2020
  • CATCH: Countering Active Terrorist Cells in the Homeland - 6/11/2020 ONLINE - This course provides an all-encompassing approach to the current threat of Terrorism and Homegrown Violent Extremism inside the U.S.    Details

InfraGard Los Angeles on Twitter

85% of America’s critical infrastructures and key resources (CIKR) are owned by the private sector, but law enforcement is charged with protecting them in order to keep our country functioning. The need for a partnership between CIKR stakeholders and law enforcement is obvious and critical. lnfraGard Los Angeles provides a vehicle for that partnership through a trusted forum for the exchange of information pertinent to CIKR protection. InfraGard members operate in all 16 DHS Critical Infrastructure Sectors as well as Los Angeles region-specific ones.

Member Alert

InfraGard Los Angeles members are reminded that it is necessary to log into the national portal at least every 90 days to maintain active membership. Visiting this chapter website is encouraged, but does not serve to keep your membership active.

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